Editor’s Choices for Best New Palm Springs Restaurants 2012 include establishments that feature sustainable and locally grown ingredients.
Busy people -— and those who don’t enjoy cooking — wish they had a private chef. Greg and Stacey Renker and their three sons are fortunate to have discovered Indio native Felicia Benavides.
The Palm Springs Chapter of this international association of women in the culinary field presents its thirteenth annual fundraiser to benefit the Thelma Pressman Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Since our last survey of the valley’s new restaurants, we have identified a fine new slate of dining venues to delight your senses. Here are our favorite restaurants that opened in 2011.
Salad choices seldom paralyze your decision-making, but last spring at Sense in Palm Desert, you might have flipped a coin: Sugar Kiss Melon Salad or Roasted Beet Mosaic
The Sunday Night Chef Fight is back again, this time it will be the “Battle of Highway 111,” pitting two outstanding Rancho Mirage chefs against each other for the title of Top Chef in
the Coachella Valley.
More and more people are choosing the organic, vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free way of life for reasons ranging from medical, environmental, and ethical to the quest for a longer, more energetic life.
Andrew Copley, owner and executive chef of Copley’s on Palm Canyon, against Matt Smith, executive chef of 3rd Corner Wine Shop & Bistro in Palm Desert.
On January 13, a sold-out crowd at the Annenberg Theater witnessed a tribute to Academy Award-winner Michael Douglas. Palm Springs has always considered the whole Douglas family one of our own. Receiving the Icon Award from Festival Director Darryl Macdonald as part of the Festival’s “Talking Pictures: The Contenders Series,” to a standing ovation, it was evident this actor-producer-humanitarian is
A bright new wave of eateries of all kinds have opened in the 12 months since we last surveyed the desert’s restaurant scene. Here are the best based on cuisine, service, vibe , and value.